Former KTM, Honda and Husky factory rider Max Nagl started his career as a TM works rider at the Riola Sardo Italian International on Sunday with a first-corner crash that saw him injure his elbow.
He was checked out by a hospital near his home in Belgium today but there was
Max Nagl will ride and develop the latest evolution of TM Racing's 450Fi MX machine, a bike said to have a revised engine configuration, in the MXGPs next year.
TM Racing say they compete at the highest levels of the sport to develop machinery for their customer models, not to primarily build exotic
German Max Nagl is being linked with a ride on factory 450 TMs after being dropped by the Husqvarna team. The former KTM and Honda factory rider hurt his hand at the Motocross of Nations and retired from the qualifying moto, at the end of a season that he failed
World championship leader Tony Cairoli caught and reeled in race leader Tim Gajser to take his fifth qualifying race win in the MXGP at Loket in the Czech Republic.
Honda man Gasjer led from the start while Cairoli battled with Max Nagl for second place. The KTM eventually went past the
Factory KTM ace Jeffrey Herlings won both motos to take the Dutch championship title in the final round of the Dutch Masters series held at the popular three-day Zwartecross Festival this weekend.
Factory Husky MXGP rival Max Nagl took second in both racesahead of his team-mate Gautier Paulin. Brit Max Anstie took a
Check out Tony Cairoli clash with Max Nagl and go down in the qualifying race for the Portuguese GP. And check out the highlights of both races, too!
Jeffrey Herlings finally took a race win on his 450 as he won the second moto in the Dutch International at Oss against a strong field of MXGP aces. But a poor start in the first moto saw him only pull back to seventh which gave him third overall. It's
Check out the factory Husqvarna team of Max Anstie, Max Nagl and Gautier Paulin as they prepare for the weekend's opening MXGP at Qatar!
Were you there yesterday to see the awesome action from the Hawkstone Park International? If not, shame on you! Whether you were there or not, check out this gallery of pics from MotoHead's Adam Duckworth and Steve Bagladi. Click on the image to enlarge them and flick through the gallery
British MX1 class rookie Max Anstie was the star of the huge crowd at Hawkstone Park, setting fast laps and domination the opening MX1 moto. He had such a huge lead he pitted for a change of goggles and still beat fellow factory Husky rider Max Nagl and Suzuki's Armenas